Corrosion-resistant moulds

Advantages
Applications

sm_1_3_1_goodMould components used when processing chemically aggressive plastics or for humid or corrosive working conditions, for many plastic moulding processes such as extrusion, injection, blow and compression moulding.

The Mould steel requirements are: corrosion resistance, hardness, machinability, polishability and dimensional stability.

Stainless mould
Stainless mould

SuperPlast®Stainless

Superplast® Stainless is a low carbon free machining stainless holder steel. Thanks to its original chemistry and optimized heat treatment, Superplast® Stainless provides much higher machinability than standard 1.2085 with a similar corrosion resistance. It is delivered ready-for-use for mould frames and mould cavities with standard surface finish requirements.

  • Delivery condition: hardened and tempered
  • Delivery hardness: 290 – 330 HB
  • Dimensional range: up to 910 mm thick

Industeel 1.2316

Thanks to its high chromium and molybdenum content combined with high cleanliness, Industeel 1.2316 (DIN X 36 CrMo 17) is recommended for mould cores and cavities that require both corrosion resistance and high surface finish.

  • Delivery condition: hardened and tempered
  • Delivery hardness: 280 – 325 HB (or on request)
  • Dimensional range: up to 300 mm thick

INDUSTEEL TRADEMARKS
DIN
W.Nr
AISI
Hardness HB
Hardness HRC
2316 X 36 CrMo 17 1,2316 280-325 29-34
2085 X 33 CrS 16 1.2085 280-325 29-34
2316+S 420F mod 280-325 29-34
Superplast® Stainless 1.2099mod 290-330 30-35